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As part of the Clean Technologies Partnership Programme organised in Ankara on 5. and 6. November 2019 by the Ostim Renewable Energy and Environmental Technologies Cluster, Arinna Solar Ltd, Primayer Ltd, Douglas Winters Associates, Thermancy, Mott Macdonald, Hive Energy, Enzen Global, BP, Aggreko, Edinburgh Associates, Arup, Smap Energy, Anglian Water and the Queen’s Special Envoy, Lord Janvrin, participated in the event. During the programme, UK company representatives provided information about the company and its products.

As part of the Clean Technologies Partnership Programme organised in Ankara on 5. and 6. November 2019 by the Ostim Renewable Energy and Environmental Technologies Cluster, Arinna Solar Ltd, Primayer Ltd, Douglas Winters Associates, Thermancy, Mott Macdonald, Hive Energy, Enzen Global, BP, Aggreko, Edinburgh Associates, Arup, Smap Energy, Anglian Water and the Queen’s Special Envoy, Lord Janvrin, participated in the event. During the programme, UK company representatives provided information about the company and its products.

During the programme, which involved Dursun ÇİÇEK, General Director of BELKA AS, Lord Janvrin and the UK industry team, they met the Ankara Metropolitan Mayor Mr. Mansur Yavaş. During the programme a special 2 hour workshop was organised to discuss cooperation opportunities with representatives of ASKI and BELKA as well as British companies. At the end of the programme there was a reception at the British Embassy. At the reception, in which Lord Janvrin was also involved, topics about cooperation in projects were discussed.

Correspondence with companies about projects was initiated, in particular about the capacity increase of the Eşik HEPP regulator, the tramway, the GES project for village houses, the floating solar system for the Çamlıdere Dam and the capacity increase of the Tatlar wastewater treatment plant, as well as the continuation of infrastructure and financial negotiations.

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